When I was a teenager in the 1960’s, my stepmother would rail about the evils of sugar. She believed that sugar was a nutritional evil that was the cause of a wide range of ills. At the time, we all thought she was nuts. What’s wrong with sugar?
Needless to say, during the 60’s processed foods were in their infancy. I don’t remember eating fresh vegetables except maybe a little iceberg lettuce here and there garnished with rock hard tomato slices. TV dinners were the rage—metal trays with little compartments with frozen turkey, gravy, potatoes, and apple crisp that could be heated... Read More